Despite an absence from the 2018 postseason, the Vikings' schedule this year sees a bit of an uptick in the overall competition.
The Vikings have officially set their 53-man roster to open the 2019 season. Of course, these positions are constantly in flux, so everything could look a bit different by game day.
Just four days remain until final cut day, and much is still yet to take shape with the Vikings' roster. Chances are good that most battles are already settled.
Just four days away from final cut day, and much is still yet to take shape with the Vikings' roster.
We have seen two Vikings preseason games now, giving fans a better feeling for how the roster may shape in the coming weeks.
After last week's penalty-laden affair, the Vikings needed a smooth, disciplined performance in week two. And they did for the most part with a 25-19 win over Seattle
Camp is well underway, and the Vikings are starting to give some indications as to where their roster is headed. The first preseason game saw a number of young players shine.
Preseason week one, A.K.A. Football Amuse-Bouche, kicked off last night to the tune of a 34-25 Vikings win. The Vikings' first teams looked strong
Camp is well underway, and the Vikings are starting to give some indications as to where their roster is headed. The rookies
theinitial release always draws a lot of eyes. With the Vikings' depth chart, there are a few notable developments that could provide a glint of insight.
Full Press Vikings writers Clayton Brooks and Sam Smith compared notes this week on some of their expectations for Vikings training camp.
For the next four weeks leading up to opening day, we here at Full Press NFL will be predicting how we believe each division will shape in 2019.
Prior to practice today, Mike Zimmer met the Vikings media. He addressed the young players who have stood out to him, but mostly focused on his dissatisfaction with the defense's competitiveness thus far.
Vikings camp is in full swing and we finally have some vague indications as to the roster's direction. Here are some of the most notable revelations from the early days of Vikings practice.
Vikings second-year corner Holton Hill will now be suspended for the first eight games of the season as the NFL tacked on four games for a violation of the league's substance abuse policy.